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Have Foot Pain? Do These Stretches!

Foot strength and mobility are crucial components for all walks of life, especially those who run or perform other fitness activities. Despite their importance, both are often neglected components of strength and recovery regimens. The foot is instrumental in absorbing shock as you mobilize, and functions as a rigid surface for the push-off motion. Additionally, muscular imbalances and dysfunctions in the feet can result in injury. Incorporate these two important

Two Tips to Keep Up with your Resolution (Scheduling + Supporter)

The tip of the New Year is a fascinating time. Time zones aside, nearly all individuals are enamored with the possibilities that lie ahead at *one* particular moment. Leading into this occasion, it’s common practice to challenge oneself with a New Year’s Resolution. This is a method used to encourage self-improvement in a personal manner.  According to the History Channel, “The ancient Babylonians are said to have been the first


FlexIt, the leader in hyper-personalized health virtual solutions announce the expansion of its Official Fitness Partnership with the Grand Rapids Gold. NEW YORK CITY – January 9, 2023 – FlexIt, the #1 Virtual Interconnected Health platform, and the Grand Rapids Gold, the Denver Nuggets NBA G League Affiliate, announced the expansion of their partnership to display the FlexIt logo on the Grand Rapids Gold player uniforms during the 2022-2023 NBA

The Best Ten Minutes you Need to Prioritize

In sports, often the most critical parts of the game that truly matter are the beginning and the end. Do you start strong? Do you finish well? If you can answer those questions with a yes, that is a recipe for sustainable success. This philosophy is similar in other walks of life as well. At work, if you start off your day on a roll, and end your day with

The Road to Success: 5 Tips for New Year’s Resolutions

The lead into the New Year is a time for individuals to reflect on their accomplishments from the past year, celebrate their successes, and create actionable goals for improvement. Why do we do this though? In short, it’s tradition baby! Ancient Babylonians are often pointed to as the first people to make New Year’s resolutions, some 4,000 years ago. They are also recognized as being the first to hold recorded